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    May 19, 2013
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>> good morning, everyone. thanks nor joining us on this sunday, may 19th. >> let's start with a quick look at our weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> clear and crisp out there. talking about temperatures on the cool side. lower 50s. it's going to be a beautiful afternoon with temperatures continuing to climb to above normal readings here. in san francisco numbers right around 60 degrees at 9:00 with mid-60s 11:00. and we are talking about temperatures in the upper 60s by 1:00. so we should be in the mid-60s normally so, yes, with a very light northwesterly winds for most of the morning hours. temperatures arrive quickly. then we will see the sea breeze
come back in the afternoon. that will allow numbers all along the coastline to climb to the upper 60s. but a couple miles inland, in your opinion the 70s. plenty of 80s around the bay with some 90s perhaps a little around the delta area. we will be talking about the temperatures coming up even more so tomorrow. the cool down gets set for much of the upcoming work week. that's all straight ahead. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. well, breaking news overnight. san francisco firefighters were working to contain a two alarm blaze in the mission district. it broke out inside a three story apartment building on valencia street between 16th and 17th around 1:30 this morning. that blaze destroyed several units in that apartment. no injuries have been reported. a cause has not been determined. ready, set and go. that wacky san francisco tradition known as bay to breakers kicks off in just an
hour. it's the 102nd annual running of the race. the race will start downtown at main and howard and cross over the road. here's kira. >> in an hour they take off for the quintessential san francisco experience. it's a day everyone in this city looks forward to. some of the elite runners are starting to lineup right now at the finish line -- excuse me, the starting line. we are just a block from that. more than 30,000 athletes are expected to participate today, including thousands and thousands of people watching from the sidelines. take a look at this video. there are added security precautions this year. abc7 news was at the starting line last night as extra barricades were set up to line the course. and backpacks or bags larger than 8.5 by 11 by 4 inches are banned. that's not very big. people who hop the fence and try to get in the race without a bid
number will get kicked out this year. and shopping carts are banned for a few years now. organizers swapped out garbage cans along the route for see-three trash cans. 17 law enforcement agencies, including the fib, are joining forces to keep today's course safe. bomb technicians, k9 units and they have added cameras to the start line and finish line. that's something knew. also, carolyn, something i just learned within the last few minutes, the elite racers, as we mentioned, start running at 7:00. they are expected to finish about 7:30 in ocean beach. but right before they begin there will be a moment of silence for the victims of the boston marathon bombings. we will definitely record that and bring it to you later this morning on abc7 news at nine. reporting live in san francisco, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> thank you, kira. let's take a look at the route for today's run. it will start downtown at main and howard, cross over the grueling hay street hill,
through golden gate park and finish along the great highway. this will mean several street closers so you can expect major gridlock until early afternoon. bart is starting service early to bring runners to the starting line and muni is running special express service before and after the race. we have all the information on our website. just click on see it on tv. today marks the tragic anniversary. san francisco police homicide inspectors need help solving a murder that occurred after last year's bay to breaker. in the the young man, 34-year-old mr. martin. he was suckerpunched and had hit his head on the pavement, suffering a severe brain injury. he never regained consciousness and died in the hospital on june 7th. police later released this video from may 20th.
it shows sharon meadow at the east end of golden gate park. that's where the beating occurred. witnesses are saying martin argued with some men wearing 49er jerseys before he was punched and investigators think photos taken in that area might help them identify the suspect. there is a second major event taking place in san francisco this morning. the final leg of cyclings amgen's tour of california. stage 8 starts at 8:15 this morning in san francisco, ending in santa rosa. the 81-mile course begins at the marina green, crosses the golden gate bridge, passes through sausalita, goes up the coast along highway one. they expect the largest finish ever at the finish line in santa rosa. during yesterday's race there was a bomb square in downtown livermore. a package with southern california labels was left unattended so a bomb squad was
called in. a three block area was evacuated. a vender came forward to claim the package and its harmless contents. a chp motorcycle officer escorting the amgen race is hospitalized with moderate injuries after colliding with a car in brentwood. investigators say the driver of the car tried to make a u-turn on march creek road. it happened around 12:30 yesterday afternoon. the chp officer was airlifted to the medical center in walnut creek. >> this morning members of back at the tract yesterday." they began weeding and planting vegetables even though cal berkeley owns the land and approved it for development, occupy members say that's not the point. >> it's not albany land,ite university of california land and it should be turn into a public farm because that's what serves the best interests of california. >> we hope they leave on their own volition. >> that was a uc spokesperson. the university's position has always been the occupy members
are trespassing. last saturday occupy pie the farm did the same thing. and on monday of last week four people were arrested and the planting was bulldozed. i think we have to resist this attempt to criminalize an illegal immigrant tree. it doesn't work. >> another protest against the university of california. neighbors having their say about a plan to remove thousands of nonnative trees from the east bay hills. u.c. berkeley is seeking federal funds to cut down $22,000 eucalyptus and other trees. the project is in the final stages of an environmental impact review. the university wants to replace the trees with native species to lessen the fire danger. >> well, we have fire danger today with the temperatures so high and the wind out there. >> yeah. it has increased. really all the time we are
worried about fire danger. >> yeah. >> and with the offshore winds later on today and the higher elevation gusts throughout the day tomorrow, certainly warm temperatures and concern for fire. right now lots of sunshine, low 50s, clear and crisp san francisco. we will have a look at all the neighborhood temperatures and when we will cool down coming up. >> thank you, lisa. first there were cracks and now corrosion. the report out this morning raising new concerns with the eastern span of the bay bridge. plus, the power ball ticket worth millions sold right here in the bay area. is it yours? we have yesterday's
>> knew this morning, there are still questions about the spans of the bay bridge. they are reporting caltran first discovered corrosion back on portions of the bridge in 2006. caltrain reported they were not properly sealed. they studied hundreds of tendons but found little corrosion and then moved on. they just consulted nine outside engineers who looked at the paper and they said caltrain based their conclusion on wrong information and underestimated how long the steal tendons were left vulnerable. they are warning if they miscalculated, the new bay bridge could be still crippled by a earthquake. there is one winning ticket are in the biggest jackpot in
power ball history. $595 million. no, it was not sold in california. the single winner was sold at a supermarket in deafer hills, florida. a lottery official there says more details will be released later on. there were two tickets sold in california that got five numbers but missed the power ball. the lottery is still calculating their worth. one was sold at this san jose 711 on the express way. >> is this like a usual lotto kind of thing for you, you come and get the snacks and the ticket. >> jacques it's like a little celebration. >> take a look at the winning
numbers. 10, 13, 14, 22, 52. the power ball is 11. there's a restaurant in bowling game that's decided to stop selling a very rare and controversial dish, lion meat, after facing protest. they feature exotic meat on their menu. he decided to try it out this week. he purchased a portion of farm-raised african lion meat from a company in illinois. after posting it on facebook people flooded the page with angry comments. the owner said he received over 200 calls yesterday. some were threatening. >> some were nice but others said, okay, stop selling lion meat but others say i am going to come and rape you and kill you. >> well, serving lion is not illegal. it's on the threatened list,
there are an estimated 23,000 lions in the wild. but others say it could develop a taste for the meat by could boost the danger of it in africa. >> this week on" this week " will the white house fix what's broken? george stephanopoulos and the powerhouse round table take it all on. don't miss abc's" this week "coming up here on abc7. a new treatment could alleviate back pain for thousands of patients. , back patients. it's a minimally surgery aimed not at the disk, but in another area that can be a common root of back pain. >> carolyn johnson has the story, health and science reporter." there you go. that's what i want to see. >> it's been a long and painful road to recovery from jason gamble, the former redwood city police officer was breaking up a late-night fight when his back became a casualty. >> i had a situation where i got into a tussle with an individual who didn't want to be arrested,
and >> that pop resulted in back surgery to treat the original injury to his disk, but as his body compensated because of the pain, he ultimately developed an excruciating condition similar to sciatica. >> it was awful. it was literally to the point i couldn't sit down more than five minutes. >> a doctor at saint mary's traced his pain to a joint in his pelvis that eartates the the sacro iliac joints. he recommended a new procedure known as i-fuse. it uses implants constructed from titanium. >> it's been in hip replacements, but now it's applied to the point of the pelvis where it's never been applied before. >> as the procedure begins, the doctor uses multiple x-rays to align temporary metal rods that will guide the hollow titanium implants into place in the pelvis.
a separate monitor surrounding nerves to make sure there is no contact. >> we need to place them across the joints. >> once the rods are set, he passes the triangle-shaped io place. as seen in the animation provided by the manufacturer, three individual implants will ultimately stabilize the joint, relieving pressure on the nerve. technically we are done. finally the team makes one last check to make sure there is no contact with any surrounding nerves. he said about half the patients are able to return home the same day, and others require several days in the hospital for the initial recovery. the goal is to enable a patient to pretty much forget about it. because the best joint is the free joint. >> for jason the surgery has been followed by an intense regimen. physical therapy, but the results, he says, has been life-changing. >> it's been fantastic. no pain. i know it's early, but my quality of life, that's the first thing i noticed immediately.
>> carolyn johnson, abc7 news. >> lisa argen is here now. you were telling me earlier i was telling people it was may 12th and it's the 19th. >> i thought that's what you said. >> i'm a little bit off. >> it doesn't usually happen. i didn't want to call you on it, but i did. >> well, whatever today's date is, the weather will be nice. >> and we have the same trend as we had last week. the warmer weather and the cool down early part of the week. live doppler 7hd. mostly clear conditions. there is some fog down around the central coast. we will be looking at temperatures today warmer than yesterday. that will bring us up above normal. 60s on the coast. here is a nice look outside where we are checking out all the clear conditions with numbers mainly in the 50s except along the coast. 53 in san francisco. oakland 52 and 54 mountain view. san jo sitting at 53, as well.
so all around the bay we will be looking at fog-free conditions for the next 48 hours. then we will see a return to the onshore push. that will initiate changes. today, though, the winds and the clear sky allowing for the warmer start. 49 in santa rosa with 53 fairfield and 48 in los gatos. so our forecast highlights calling for mostly clear and warmer today. even warmer still tomorrow. we are talking about numbers coming up anywhere from three to about ten degrees today and then tomorrow we are going to add another five to seven degrees of warming. cooler days starting on tuesday and high pressure begins to loosen its grip and low pressure drops out of the north coast. here's a look where we were yesterday. we were certainly a little bit cooler, but we were warmer along the coast. this morning we are back in the 40s. seven degrees warmer than we were yesterday. but this morning pretty much everybody holding on to a little bit more heat and sun was
officially up at 5:56. now we are lacking at the temperatures beginning to warm quicker than yesterday. so as high pressure builds in, we have low pressure diving down into the great basin and that's strengthening the high. as that happens the winds will pick up later on today into the evening hours. so the northwest winds getting a little breezy throughout the day, then they will shift briefly to the north. could get up to 40 miles an hour. higher elevations of the north bay and east bay hills. fire danger becomes a concern right on through tomorrow. so be careful throughout the day today and even though we have that on shore push on tuesday, still the hills are really dry out there. 82 morgan hill. 77 sunnyvale today. look at the 60s returning along the coast. that's where you go to beat the heat. 78 in palo alto. 70 downtown today. so about five to six degrees of warming in san francisco. numbers coming up another seven degrees here to the mid-80s for sonoma.
85 napa. east bay pleasant. 74 berkeley, 78 in fremont. high temperatures over the hills today, many 80s. in fact some upper 80s are possible. 86 livermore. the look ahead, numbers topping out around 90. the warmest inland east bay tomorrow. mid-and upper 60s coastside. but everyone cools off tuesday, ten, fifteen degrees and we will keep the cooling trend through much of the middle of the week. abc news has another great weather resource for you to follow. that's on twitter for the latest conditions lane or shine, video forecasts, say the air alerts and weather tweets from your favorite weather team. >> all right. bay to breakers is always a party in san francisco. but when the weather is as nice as it's going to be today, it is going to be awesome. >> totally. >> bring the water, have the sunscreen.
the police chief showed us the size of the backpack, it's not that tiny. >> we aren't talking 80s or anything, 50s to 60s. >> all right. a bay area musician
>> anyone who owns a musical instrument will tell you it can be quite personal. i'm told a good instrument possesses it's owner and vice versa. but as wayne freedman learned, sometimes it takes a while. ♪ >> they say a man's home is his castle. what they don't tell you is after he gets married his wife takes over and he's lucky to have one room left. by that standard, pete sears of san rafael is like the rest of us. a guy in a room surrounded by sentimental stuff. >> this is it. this is my room and that's why it's such a mess. >> but he will never throw any of it away. especially with base guitar because it's old and new and storied. >> if this guitar could talk? >> oh, god. >> you might remember pete sears from 1978 in a little band called the jefferson starship. that june they played a concert in germany, or they planned to,
anyway, until gray slick got sick and the crowd rioted. >> you see the various shots here of a bit later on. >> a melee from which the brand new guitar was stolen. a loss because the dragon, as they called it, had a pedigree. >> this wood is the same. the guitar is made from the same tree that jerry garcia's guitar. >> the detail of the guitar is exquisite. the inlays there are silver, but they faded through the years. you look carefully at the eyes of the dragon, they glow. >> it takes you back to that era. >> all because three weeks ago a musician in germany opened his closet and saw the strange instrument he bought from a musician many years
earlier. he tracked down the man who made it and after the cash changed hands, the circle closed. almost, anyway. because there is one other twist to the dragon. that day of the riot in 1978 would have been the dragon's first time on stage. it never happened until last week. ♪ >> that's pete sears on stage at bottle rock in napa. a debut 35 years delayed. >> an old friend. >> another story for that one room in castle. from san rafael, wayne freedman, abc7 news. >> fantastic story. we have a lot more to come in our next half-hour, including president obama's latest trip to the bay area. we will tell you when he will be in town and who is on the guest list to see him. also, their season may be over, but the celebrations live on. the city inviting warriors fans over for a job well done party. >> plus we are just 30 minutes from the start of bay to breakers, the quintessential
san francisco bay experience. i'm kira klapper by the starting line. if you are planning to come down to watch the 12k today, what will be different this year and what you can and can't bring. take a look at your backpack and
>> welcome back, everyone. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at the whether with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi there, carolyn. good morning to you. temperatures range from the mid-40s in napa to 56 oakland and san francisco. it is 53 degrees and here is the route for bay to breakers. temperatures will be cool and crisp to start out. by 9:00 numbers warming into the upper 50s. is 111:00 more sunshine. mid-60s. mild around the bay for much of the morning. by 1:00 we are up to the upper 60s. warmer than yesterday. the winds will be light to start out and then we will see a northwesterly wind at our coast. temperatures climb into the 60s at our coast. 70s just a couple miles in from the shoreline. more 80s around the bay. but we are talking upper 80s today. i'll pinpoint your forecast, where you live and talk about the warmest day of the week,
which happens to be tomorrow coming up. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. well, 30,000 registered runners, perhaps twice that many spectators, are pouring into san francisco this morning for the bay to breakers footrace. this 102nd annual running, has a more serious aspect while still wacky. the police chief told me in light of boston he thinks people want to see lots of uniformed officers and they will. >> they will, carolyn. already seeing them this morning. the race is still 30 minutes from starting. in addition to more officers, there are more security precautions. in fact, i was able to snag this bay to breakers backpack. it's very small. 8.5 by 11 by 4 inches. this is the biggest bag anyone can bring if you are planning to run or walk. just watch the race. they are going to be really cracking down on people who bring bags larger than this.
they don't want anyone hiding anything that could be even remotely miss con screwed as suspicious. abc7 news was by the starting line last night as organizers were setting up more barricades. they have them across the entire stretch of the 12k course. they also have changed trash cans along the route to be clear garbage bins so they can see what people are putting inside. 17 law enforcement agencies, including the fbi, are joining san francisco police department to keep today's course safe. bomb technicians and k9 units are positioned along the coast, while they monitor cameras along the course. there will be cameras at the start and finish line. that's new this year, very first time. if you are wondering, bay to breakers is presented by craigslist for the first time this year. that company will reimburse all costs for all that extra law enforcement today. back here live, you are looking at the starting line." all the elite racers are lining up as we speak. they take off at 7:00 a.m.
then over the next few minutes, 30 minutes, one hour, the less-experienced, shall we say, runners will run. the most experienced start at 7:00 and they are expected to finish at ocean beach by 7:30. before they start at 7:00, there will be a moment of silence for all the victims of the boston marathon bombing. reporting live in san francisco, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> kira, thank you. very fitting. on tuesday we will find out whether super bowl 50 or 51 will be played here in the bay area or in southern florida or huston for 51. so far it's widely believed many nfl owners have sided with the 2015 game being played at the new stadium in santa clara. 342 owners will cast their vote tuesday when they meet in boston. even local official in florida say they hold little hope they
will get the bid after the legislature didn't approve upgrading funds for the stadium. and the city of fran will declare golden state warriors day. they will celebrate the team's winning season and playoff run. steph cur is going to get the keys to the city. the event starts at 11:30 at city hall. it's free and open to the public. the warriors may have lost in the second round of the playoff but their season success went far beyond expectations. golden state finished the season 47-35, to come in second place in the pacific division. president obama is coming to the bay area next month for another fundraiser. this one will focus on technology. the president will attend a reception and dinner on june 6th on the peninsula. the reception will be at the home of cofounder of flip board,
dinn also.e he's a founder of microsystems. this morning the turkish prime minister is in san francisco after meeting with president obama earlier this week. the prime minister is staying at the st. regis. our camera caught part of his entourage last night outside the hotel. turkish media is reporting the prime minister met with tech companies in silicon valley and a turkish-american group this weekend in the city. still ahead, she's the woman oprah winfrey called her all-time favorite guest. i'll introduce you to her. and the amazing feat she's accomplished. >> a live look from our tam cam. above average temperatures throughout the bay area today. even warmer tomorrow. when will there be a cool down? well, lisa argen will have your accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
welcome back, everyone. it's 6:38 on what is promising to be a beautiful sunday, may 19th. do you know the way to san jose? if so, it is going to be quite hot there, about 81 degrees. tomorrow perhaps even warmer. what are the temperatures going to be like in your neighborhood? lisa argen has the answer coming
up. the woman oprah winfrey called her all-time guest is about to become a u.c. berkeley graduate. who is this woman? >> of the thousands of students graduating from cal, no one has a story like hers. tara trent was forced to marry when she was just 11 years old in zimbabwe. >> by 18 i already had three children without a g.e.d. but i wanted an education more than anything. >> she's now a 52-year-old mother of six. against all odds, including commuting three days a week from salinas, she has more than achieved her goal. she already has two bachelors degrees, a ph.d. and a masters from other schools. this masters in epidemiology at u.c. berkeley is a dream. >> i knew if i get this education, i'll be able to give back to my own community. >> she already started on that
path when she came to oprah's attention two years ago. the talk show host gave her more than a million dollars to build schools in zimbabwe. >> to see these kids going to school. i mean, -- >> something you wanted as a girl? >> it's something i wanted. >> her children's father died of a.i.d.s. now with her new epidemiology degree, she will make a.i.d.s. country devastated by the disease. >> she wants to make the world a better place, in my jewish religion, it's called healing the universe. >> in her native zimbabwe, they have another expression. >> my mother said, you know the culture we have, if you bury your dreams, they will always call you back. >> >> her dreams have called you back home. she heads to zimbabwe right after graduation.
>> lisa, she told me that she is building eight schools. >> wow. >> yeah, oprah gave her that $1.5 million. oprah said build a school but with that money she's building a lot of schools. >> incredible. >> this morning we are looking at beautiful conditions from the sutro camera. nice and clear. no fog at all to be found. you can see the golden gate bridge there. numbers in the low 50s. perfect for the runners. we are talking about temperatures above average. but not too hot today. i'll explain coming up. >> thank you, ms. argen. also ahead, why your makeup may need a cleanup. 7 on your side's michael finney explains how your cosmetics could be putting your health at risk.
>> this is a good time of year to freshen up your makeup for both beauty and health. 7 on your side's michael finney explains how your cosmetics could be putting you at risk. in san francisco. this is editor. >> it's important you change your products every three months. >> the thinking goes you want to be in on the latest colors and styles, but beyond that you want to protect yourself against infections. >> things happen to get gross and disgusting.
it's important you take good care of yourself by taking care of your makeup case. >> she is letting us go through her makeup case and she's not gentle. >> first, wash your makeup case. let's see what you have going on in here. you have some dirt old brushes, mascara that probably needs an update. >> her first issue is with the mascara. she said mascara should be thrown away after three months. >> you can see the end, it looks dried up. >> makeup brushes can hang around longer but need to be cleaned regularly. >> i keep a simple eye makeup remover in my bag to clean up any mistakes you make and clean up your brushes quickly and easily between washes. >> the makeup will apply easier and it's more healthy. with the bag cleaned up, nola starts filling it up again with the latest colors and styles. she begins with an all-in-one product. >> this is one of my favorites. i'm loving the colors for the spring.
this works for your cheeks, yourize and your lips. as far as this color, mint is a big color. >> mint is everywhere. you don't have to do mint that's more easter, you can to it in a more subtle way. >> she said for lips it's all berry this season, but there are a variety of colors. from black berry to rays berry. she said think cheerful. i'm michael finney, 7 to are your side. >> so can we expect michael in mint and berry colors tomorrow? >> i don't know. maybe ellisen to his own words. >> he's talking like an expert there. >> he sure was. we are talking about nice and clear conditions right now. temperatures still cool and comfortable. from the 40s in napa. there is fog in the monterey bay
but nothing here. light winds, a quick warmup and a nice look from the sutro camera. you can see the golden gate bridge. good air quality today. 52 oakland. 54 right now. upper 40s from santa cruz. oakland right now temperatures in the 50s. here's a look from mt. tam. mice and clear once again and temperatures on the increase for just about everyone today. the increase will be subtle along the coast, but elsewhere anywhere from five to ten degrees of warming. 46 in napa. the cool spot. 51 livermore. upper 40s down around los gatos. the forecast highlighted to calling for a mostly sunny start. warmer today with the warmest temperatures coming in tomorrow. that offshore flow keeping the higher elevations of the north and east bay with some very gusty winds. the offshore winds late tonight into tomorrow. no advisories from the national weather service but as low pressure dips into the great basin, the winds will really
increase and that sets the stage for those winds to blow from the land to the sea. but it's going to be short-lived. because we have cooler conditions as soon as tuesday. here's a look at the week ahead in oakland. today in the upper 70s. the warmest day tomorrow, about 80 degrees. dropping to the upper 60s, staying there through wednesday and thursday. look at the recovery, very slow. not until the end of next weekend do we see temperatures back into the low 70 #* 70s. upper 80s for livermore. tomorrow into the low 90s, but dropping. can you believe that? into the mid-70s for tuesday and even further wednesday and thursday. so we are looking at a trough in the gulf of alaska to drop down into oregon for tuesday. won't bring precip but it will aid in the cooling. comfortable in monterey today with upper 8s. low 80s yosemite and the northern sierra checking in at
about 64 later on today. high temperatures ranging from the mid-60s half moon bay, once again, mid-70s santa cruz. nice day at the coast. the northwest winds throughout the afternoon getting a little gusty were 78 palo alto, 80 san jose with 82 morgan hill. what a day today in oakland for an afternoon game at about 1:00. low 70s. we will see the numbers climb into the afternoon. 90 inland tomorrow. mid-and upper 60s coast. the big cool down taking us through much of the upcoming work week. that will feel more like spring. very little fog. it's like fall here. whatever. nonetheless, it's much warmer today and tomorrow. >> yeah, but the big cool down is to be expected. that's where we normally should be at this time. >> that's right, 70s and 60s for the average late may. >> thank you, lisa. let's check out sports. it was a close one for the san
jose sharks, but they did manage to keep their season alive. here's rick kwan with this morning's sports highlights. >> good morning. down three games to none in the western conference semifinals. san jose was facing a near must-win situation last night against the kings. let's go out to the tank. the sharks came out hungry. brad stuart delivers a big hit. just 1:34 in san jose gets on the board. dan boyle one-times it past jonathan quick. it's his second goal of the playoffs. still in the first. the kings answer. stuart turns the puck over. tyler beat antti niemi. that was stick-side it was 1-all. and logan couture had to leave after he injured his leg going into the board. he would return and in overtime he put the hurt on the kings. couture wins it with a power play goal. the sharks beat l.a. 2-1. they will try to even the series tuesday in the tank. >> we thought we were the better team and then we were down 2-0.
this time of the year, being the better team out there doesn't do you any good. you have to win on the scoreboard. >> you are never really, really in trouble until you lose your first game at home. it's a big win. i thought everybody elevated their game. i thought our game management at that point of the night is as good as it's been all year. >> before the giants took on the rockies, the manager bruce bochy called a rare meeting to talk about the players' sloppy play of late. it didn't help. san francisco made three more errors last night. this young lead was having a good time at coors field. the same could not be said for tim lincecum. he gets to this dribbler off the bat of jeff rutledge, but then throws the ball away. how bad was it for timmy? he falls down just trying to make a pitch. only his pride was hurt. still in the fourth rockies pitcher tyler chetwood singles up the minute. goes off lincecum's leg into center. make it 4-1. colorado had two more runs in the fifth on this blast by wilin rosario. 10-2, the final.
lincecum takes the loss, giving up 6 runs and 7 hits in five innings. it was star trek night at the coliseum. either that or those are raider fans. the royals took the lead in the first. billy butler drops this bloop single into no man's land. alex gordon scores to make it 1-0. kansas city loaded the bases. no outs in the second. but they get out of jam striking out escobar to get out of the inning. oakland took the lead in the sixth. and brandon moss out of a 4 for 30 slump to deep center. it brings home coco crisp. the a's edge 2-1. breaks malone gets the win, snapping a personal five-game losing streak. that's sports for sunday morning. i'm rick kwan. have a great day. >> up next, the face-to-face encounter you never want to have.
>> this guy probably isn't worried about what he eats. check this out. a photographer set up his camera to shoot grizzlies bears in alaska for a documentary. sure enough, a curious young bear walks in the frame, sniffs the camera, paws at it and finally tries to eat it. as you can see in this youtube video. amazingly enough, the camera was not damaged. >> innovations in science, engineering and art are on display in san mateo this weekend for a maker's fair. we aren't sure what that falls under. he covered his car with plastic
fish and lobsters and sung the tune "i am the model of a modern major general." someone set this on fire perhaps a tribute to burning man. and inside flashing lights signified something important while a head strung without a body. you want to check all that out? the fair continues today. >> let's get a final check of the accuweather forecast from lisa. >> nice and sunny. numbers mainly in the 50s. we will see a warmup today anywhere from mid-60s coast, 70s san francisco, to the mid-80s in concord. upper 80s out toward the delta. no fog today, tonight a lighter offshore flow and tomorrow numbers up near 90 inland. a big cool down as the sea breeze picks up for tuesday and it will stay with us bringing windy and cooler conditions right on through the week with partly cloudy skies. >> all right. so good weather for bay to breakers today. >> gorgeous out there. >> not too hot.
>> no. it should be really comfortable. thank you, lisa. that's going to do it for us. thank you for joining us on the abc7 sun morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with our meteorologist lisa argen. abc7 news continues at 9:00 a.m. we want to take you back out live to the starting point where in just three minutes bay to breakers will kick off. it starts with the elite runners. everyone gathering at howard and main streets. i am going to predict that a kenyan is going to be somewhere in the top spot for the men and the women. remember, no alcohol, no floats, no nudity. good luck on that one. good morning america is coming up next. you have a great sunday, everyone.
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